gareth southgate may have banned starbucks food at st george's park... but england stars will be gorging on beef jerky at the world cup - beef jerky dehydrator
The England players were told in no uncertain terms that they would not be allowed to eat at Starbucks in St. George's Park, but Gareth Southgate filled the gap in their snack system with a quirky addition, beef jerky.
To keep his players healthy at this summer's World Cup, Southgate has blueberry muffins and cheese paninis in the Starbucks at the England training center, and even bans them from adding syrup to their coffee.
Instead, a lot of beef jerky has been shipped to make sure the player is not hungry and even Alex Oxnard is not hungry
Chamberlain will not be in the World Cup this summer. He has developed this habit.
The Liverpool star was found on a flight to eat snacks on Billy Franks jerky, and it is understood that the company will provide two pallets of their products to fuel Britain's ambitions in Russia
One was sent to the England headquarters in St. George's Park, and the other will travel to the World Cup training base in St. Petersburg in enough time.
The beef jerky will provide the UK star with the incentive to recover as a bag of 40 grams of beef jerky is packed with an impressive 26 bags. 8g of muscle-
Harry Kane and his team should be like this.
When recovering from South Gate training, teammates are very helpful.
Before playing Panama and European heavyweights Belgium in June 18 and June 24, England started the World Cup against Tunisia in June 28.